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Watch: Water jets in Sharjah as UAE rains continue for eighth day – News

National Center of Meteorology predicts that the country will face rainfall until Friday, October 27

Published: Tue Oct 24, 2023, 18:47

Heavy rain continues to lash parts of the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday. Over the past week, social media has been flooded with photographs and videos of wadis and roads.

This is particularly true in the eastern regions of the country, where roads are being bombarded with hail or turning into rivers of rainwater amid continuing rains, an indirect impact of Cyclone Tej in the Arabian Sea.

The following video shows flooding in the Al Faya region of Sharjah, located towards the east of the country, not far from the border with Oman.

A video shows hail falling from the sky in an area north of Fujairah. In the clip, the person recording collects hail and shows the camera the almost perfect ice spheres.

In the same region, another video shows cars driving on mountainous roads flooded by rainwater.

The National Center of Meteorology (NCM) has predicted that the country will face rains until Friday, October 27. The authority had issued a warning and urged residents to be cautious and stay away from flooded valleys.

UAE authorities have issued such warnings time and again to ensure the safety of residents and visitors during unstable weather conditions. Acting rashly in such dangerous conditions not only endangers people’s lives, but can also lead to fines and vehicle confiscation.

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